Private-Safari: Okavango Delta to Victoria Falls

Day 1: Maun


During the afternoon you will arrive at Maun International Airport. After the welcome you will be taken to your accommodation, where you can relax under the shady trees or by the pool from your arrival. 

Depending on arrival time and planned program, you will have to visit the local supermarket where you can buy your drinks for the next days. Your camp team will make sure they are well chilled so you can enjoy your favourite drinks on your safari. Depending on your schedule, this supermarket visit may take place the next day.

Day 2: Moremi Game Reserve


You leave Maun and dive into the wilderness for the next days. Instead of people you will only see a lot of nature and animals. Your first destination is in the middle of the world famous Moremi Game Reserve, known for its diversity of terrain, flora and fauna. Your mobile camp will be set up for the first time in a particularly beautiful spot and you will spend the next two nights here. The safari routine now includes your morning and afternoon game drives, interrupted by a lunch break that gives you the opportunity to relax, read, catch up on sleep or watch the wildlife moving around the camp. The days end with a menu under the stars and well chilled drinks around the campfire.

Day 3: Moremi Game Reserve


The whole day is available for game viewing in the Game Reserve. If the water level and circumstances allow, you can take a boat into the Okavango Delta. On countless canals and rivers with many islands you can go deep into the unique inland delta. Especially lovers of birds will get their money's worth.

In the evening dinner and drinks at the campfire. 

Day 4: Khwai Conservancy


While you set off for the morning game drive, the camp is dismantled and loaded for transport. In Khwai it will be rebuilt and will be your home for tonight. The afternoon game drive goes through this area at the eastern edge of Moremi Park.

Day 5: Savuti - Chobe National Park


Your camp moves on to the world famous Chobe National Park. It will be built in the Savuti area, a former wetland that is rarely flooded. Most years the region consists of a savannah landscape, through which large herds of elephants, zebras, buffalos and many other wild animals pass, always followed by predators. The landscape is very different from that of the past few days and offers a whole new safari experience.


Day 6: Savuti - Chobe National Park


Today is dedicated to the Savuti plain with its large migrating herds of animals. There are also ancient rock carvings in the area, painted hundreds of years ago by the San living here in caves and under ledges. 

Day 7: Chobe River Front


Today you and your camp will reach the mighty Chobe River. In the dry season, huge herds of thirsty animals move from the dry bush land to the river in the morning and evening hours to quench their thirst. Particularly spectacular are the huge herds of elephants, which can include a hundred or more animals. But of course many hippos and crocodiles live here as well and bird lovers get their money's worth.

Day 8: Chobe River Front


Another day full of animal experiences along the mighty Chobe River. During your morning and evening game drives you can experience this unique wilderness. 

Day 9: Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)


Today you leave your safari camp and cross the border to Zimbabwe behind Kasane. The journey runs parallel to the legendary Zambezi River to Victoria Falls. Today you spend the night in a local lodge. The day is free for your own explorations and you should use it to visit the impressive Victoria Falls. The offer is very varied, from easy walks on the opposite side, walks along the edge, boat trips or helicopter flights. The choice is yours.


Day 10: End of Itinerary


Depending on the flight booked or the follow-up programme, you will have the opportunity to explore the spectacular falls or take advantage of one of the many attractions in the town. You will then be driven to the airport in time for your flight.

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